BETWEEN A ROCK AND A HARD PLACE

Friday, May 6, 2011
By Paul Martin

By Betty Freauf
May 6, 2011
NewsWithViews.com

I find it hard to believe with all the new high techy gadgets in the hands of our young folks and all that very costly “education reform” to turn our children into little globalists we’ve seen the last 20-30 years that in the 24 and under age category the question Googled most since he was killed is, “Who is Osama bin Ladin (ObL)? It’s frightening to believe these are the young folks we oldies are hoping will return us to a “republic” that most oldies by lack of vigilance lost to a “democracy/mobocracy.” Now many young revolutionaries (especially the brainwashed college educated) are now participants in this “mobocracy.” All we have to do is remember the scenes at the Madison, Wisconsin capitol earlier this year.

And now even a Tucson, Arizona “community organizer” and a Democrat is shocked over the subject how Thanksgiving is described in a new Marxist-driven curriculum as a “Dominant White Culture and the Beginning of Genocide” and she doesn’t want it in the school but the young people are turning out to protest in favor of the program which teaches students how to overthrow the government.

I also find it interesting that ObL was assassinated on May 1st – International Labor holiday, that has for over a century been the most important holiday of the year for communists, socialists, anarchists and witchcraft. Also on May 1, 2003 President George Walker Bush on the deck of the USS Abraham Lincoln prematurely declared the war with Iraq was over.

If this ObL house call was suppose to be a secret operation, how was it an Australian internet posting coincidentally on April 26, 2011 had a caption “Capturing bin Laden ‘would unleash hell.’” And then we learn arrangements had been made to have a Muslim cleric on the battleship to give ObL last rites, to have a white sheet available in order to wrap his evil body after he’d been washed and then he was dumped into the Arabic sea.

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